Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cattail.

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Examples

  • Down in the front hall, top hats glisten on a stand and canes grow like cattails from a Chinese jar.

    The Other Side of Dark

  • Wetter areas near the river may have black willow, black mimosa, common and giant reed, and hydrophytes such as cattails, bulrushes, and sedges.

    Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)

  • In a recent post on ChangingSociety I considered the question whether households in a rural community might be able to achieve energy self-sufficiency based on the cultivation of crops such as cattails and community production of ethanol.

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  • In a recent post on ChangingSociety I considered the question whether households in a rural community might be able to achieve energy self-sufficiency based on the cultivation of crops such as cattails and community production of ethanol.

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  • Wetlands are places of still water that support aquatic plants, such as cattails, pond lilies and cypress trees.

    AP Environmental Science Chapter 5- The Biosphere

  • They prefer to nest over water on permanent prairie marshes surrounded by emergent vegetation, such as cattails and bulrushes, which provide protective cover.

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  • They prefer to nest over water on permanent prairie marshes surrounded by emergent vegetation, such as cattails and bulrushes, which provide protective cover.

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  • They prefer to nest over water on permanent prairie marshes surrounded by emergent vegetation, such as cattails and bulrushes, which provide protective cover.

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  • They prefer to nest over water on permanent prairie marshes surrounded by emergent vegetation, such as cattails and bulrushes, which provide protective cover.

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  • At six months, Jetta was happy to find this downed bird deep in the cattails.

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  • i am reading the book outer dark by cormac mcCarthy. the word is in one of the descriptions.

    June 14, 2009